After years of negotiations , the Africa-Caribbean-Pacific Ministers Council, which is currently taking place in Lomé, officially granted its green light to allow Equatorial Guinea to host the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Headquaters, an important decision for our country that figured on the agenda of this international meeting.
At the end of the day, this decision was definitely ratified, positionning our country as a global actor in charge of managing the South-South and Triangular Cooperation.
The main objective now will focus on inaugurating the new office in Malabo, allowing our capital to become the core of ideas and solutions exchange in order to initiate a sustainable development of 79 members states, from three different continents, which constitutes the ACP group.
This office will be run by an experienced technical team whose practical know-how and support will ensure an optimal knowledge diffusion, the ressource persons will also be expected to provide and facilitate political support at high level.
The Brussels-based embassy of Equatorial Guinea, headed by Carmelo Nvono-Ncá has deployed ressources and efforts these five past years to make this ambition come true, which will now provide our country with a tremendous potential in terms of visibility, credibility, trust, safety and respect along with clear prospects to develop succesfully various key sectors such as trade, industry and tourism.
Nvono-Ncá has been designated as Ambassador in Brussels in 2011 and mandated by the President Obiang himself to reposition our country on the international fora, a global framework which relies on political and economic alliances.
After having celebrated the ACP group Summit in 2012 in the conferences city of Sipopo, the President Obiang, through its declarations, made clear that impulsing South-South and Triangular Cooperation will be one of the main objective in the diplomatic agenda of Equatorial Guinea in the Belgian capital.
Seven years after having initiated his mandate as the chief of diplomatic mission of Equatorial Guinea to the Kingdom of Belgium and to the European Union, the efforts of our ambassador Nvono-Ncá showed fruitful results and allowed our country to host the world South-South and Triangular Cooperation Headquarters.